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are restored along with joe pa's status as the winningest coach in football. chilly temperatures today let's go outside to chris sowers in the chilly temperatures. >> reporter: eva i've got a better word in mind than chilly. how about down right cold, frigid bitter. we're down to 12 degrees if quakertown, 11 in slatington. 11 in martins creek and fleetwood. 18 in center city. 15 in levittown. south and east on the other side of the delaware river. glassboro, 18. smyrna and delaware. 20. 19 in gandys beach and 19 in buena and 18 in woodbine. windchills feels worse about 7 degrees, that's what it feels like in the poconos. 6 for philadelphia. 7 in wilmington and nine in dover. it's a chilly morning around the delaware valley but one thing we're noticing there's not much in the way of clouds, when the
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sun climbs up, it will warm things up later this afternoon. that will change tomorrow, we'll see the clouds increase during the nighttime hours. as we get into sunday an area of low pressure develops off virginias and carolinas that runs the eastern seaboard. that means sunday is a miserable day. if you have anything to do outdoors today would be the day to get it down, today 34 degrees is the forecasted high. sunday soaker on the way milder next week. as a matter of fact i believe we have 4 days in the forecast that are 40 degrees if not milder than that. i'll have more on that with the seven day when i step back inside in ten minutes. >> new this morning fire that is severely damaged a business in chester county. firefighters had to watch out for ice as they battle the the blaze inside the soft pretzel factor. it turned the 100 block of
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church street in west chester into a sheet of ice. the fire was brought under control in an hour, the fire is under investigation. the pa legacy has been restored returning 112 wins to the school and returning joe pa to the winningest coach in college football. sharrie williams has more. >> today is a victory for people of pennsylvania. today is a victory for penn state nation. >> reporter: pennsylvania senate majority leader jay korman rejoycing among those from the beginning the ncaa did not have the authority to wipe out penn state's wins garnered between 1998 and 2011. the announcement was a milestone. the senator thought the ncaa went too far in punishing the university and joe paterno for
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what he called the evil doing of one man jerry sandusky. >> the reputations of many people including one of the most revered sports figures of the 20 century were not based in fact. >> reporter: the degree korea the university -- decree signed off on by the university. a lawsuit was filed against the ncaa and now weeks before the scheduled trial the ncaa has changed course saying it does not want to draw out the case and delay funds that could help victims of sexual abuse. on espn's outside the lines, joe paterno's son responded to the ncaa's decision not to go to trial. >> i think the ncaa was anxious to get this over with rather than face the music in february and take the stand.
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>> reporter: jay paterno defended his father. the actual prosecutor in his case has stated on the record that joe paterno was forth coming and cooperative and follow thed -- followed the law. >> reporter: sharrie williams channel 6 "action news." >> police say a 14-year-old who was stabbed in west philadelphia has died from his wounds. a 16-year-old has been arrested in connection with the stabbing. police searched the suspect's home last night it began when two teenagers got into a fight in the lunchroom at west philadelphia. the fighting continued at 46th and market streets where the stabbing occurred. a 3-year-old boy is dead after a train collided with a car in delran. it happened on the new jersey transit river line at chester avenue. two other people in the vehicle were taken to cooper university hospital for treatment five people on the train suffered non-life threatening injuries.
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riverside light rail is extended between cinnaminson and riverside. we have learned more about the temple university student who plunged to her death. rebecca kim was taking pictures on the ledge outside an art institute dorm. a friend said come inside, kim plumb he letted 8 stories on the sidewalk at 16th and chestnut. kim fell on top of 44-year-old erica goodwin. >> what are the chances that anyone would be walking down the street and someone would fall on them. >> reporter: goodwin has a broken shoulder and multiple spine and rib fractures. an upper darby mother accused of locking her disabled son out of the home has turned herself in.
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police say they were called to her home on hartly road last wednesday where officers found her 18-year-old son banging on the door. he had been thrown out during an argument. investigators say the teen has an intellect of a 10-year-old. >> we're lucky we're not dealing with a manslaughter because that that kid could have frozen to death. if it it wasn't for the neighbor calling police, and the police getting him out of there he didn't know what to do other than to stay there. >> the victim is in staying with a an aunt upper darby. belgium is sending it's army into the street. police found police uniforms suggesting the suspects were intending to carry out attacks disguised as police officers. officials do not think there was a district link between last week's attack in paris and
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foiled plot in belgium but both had tiles to radical islam. meanwhile, president obama hosted prime minister david cameron at the white house where they jointly pledges to fight domestic terrorism. car -- cameron called terrorists fanatical death cult. >> i know some of the plots that prevented the lives that get saved there's a really connection between that and the capabilities that our intelligence services within the law are used to defend our people. >> both cameron and obama said hold off on sanctions against iran in the midst of nuclear talks. the man planning to plot
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against lawmakers in washington, d.c. appeared in court yesterday. a federal magistrate called him a danger to the public and flight risk. a congressional delegation is heading to cuba for the first time in decades. 6 members of congress are going on a fact-finding mission. they will meet with cuban officials and diplomats to normal lies relations. they will arrive in the island nation today and stay through monday. a lucky mega millions ticket holder in illinois is $270 million richer. that was the jackpot of last night's drawing. if the winner chooses to take the cash option they will get 181 million. the winning numbers drawn was 26 32, 34, 45, 58 plus 11. the powerball jackpot stands at
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$194 million. the next drawing is tonight during "action news" at 11:00 p.m. still ahead on "action news" saturday morning the phillies make personnel announcements. details on who will be staying in a red and white uniform for the season. when a dog gets in trouble on an icy pond you won't believe who came to the rescue. >> reporter: it's icy cold and temperatures drop into the single digits and teens across the mid atlantic states. we have a nice january thaw coming up in the seven day i'll have the details when we come right back.
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a pitbull in connecticut is doing better after being abandoned in 23-degree weather. no word on who owns the dog. else being put up for adoption. he wasn't out in the cold too long, but being in the cold for a short amount of time can be harmful to any animal.
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a labrador fell into an icy water at a treatment plant. a fellow dog was barking but nobody was around to hear it. they do not have tags so their other than is not known but their tails are wagging and they have the tale to bark about. what a good dog friend and man to help. >> it's the only animal that loves you more than you love yourself. that's a true story everybody family should have a dog. let's go live on sky 6. let's show you what's going on, spring mountain we have clear skies and a little bit of a breeze blustery cold temperatures. the numbers have dropped into the teens in many locations. philadelphia 20 degrees, dewpoint, 3. winds out of the north northeast at 14 miles per hour that's giving us a windchill in the
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upper single digits. most areas in the teens. these are actual air temperatures. poconos 5 trenton 14, millville, 19. most windchills are anywhere from 8 to 12 degrees a little bit colder than the air temperatures this morning. satellite and radar showing nothing across the mid atlantic. the farther west we go there's not much going on until we hit the high plains, this is an area of low pressure. it's where an trailing cold front is starting to take shape and gather strength here. that will march east over the next 12 to 24 hours. in the process of moving east it picks up this guys right here, that's our rainmaker as we head into sunday morning. future tracker 6 well skip over today, today is before bright and sunny. sunday, there's a small sliver of moisture, but the rain will come down in buckets within this sliver here. sunday morning, it will be damp and dreary and miserable. lots of ponding and low visibility and low-level clouds,
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a miserable start to the day sunday. here's the storm. with the cold air in place we're getting up to 33, 34 today. this will be cold air in -- there will be cold air in place. it could start in the form of ice. it will go over to rain. rainfall totals quarter of an inch north and west to an inch and inch and a half places like atlantic city, cape may wildwood could see an inch and a half. future tracker 6 showing the rains overspreading the area. note the sliver of blue freezing rain and or sleet. it could start as a mixed bag early on going over to rain. as we advance this, 10:00 11:00, 12:00 it could be heavy at times. it's a quick mover it will be out of here by 2:00. the rain that comes down in a short period of time will come down in bucketsment -- buckets.
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the rainfall totals showing 1.38 in philadelphia. and trenton. the shift in either direction just the slightest shift could change these numbers if there were to shift 25 miles to the east it will take philadelphia out of the band. the if it shifts to the west could put the far western suburbs in the heaviest band. today looks good, tomorrow looks miserable, get the outside chores done today if you have any. mostly sunny, cold, 34 degrees is the forecasted high. cloudy and colder overnight tonight. 22 degrees outlying suburbs, 28 center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 44 degrees for sunday, periods of rain, just a miserable day. turning winds for monday, 42. windchills in the uner 20s low 30s, tuesday increasing clouds, 43. wednesday a clipper system pulls
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through, there could rain snow showers or snow showers it does not look like a big system and temperatures are mild for snow, anyway even if it were to fall in the form of snow. 40 degrees, 37 thursday, 36 friday. kind of nice today cold, sunny. tomorrow is miserable. >> not warm yet. >> reporter: next week the first four days look fairly mild. >> something to look forward to for a warm weather lover. don't forget you can take 6abc.com with you. the new smart design fits any device you have, whether it's your tablet or smart phone, no matter how large or small that screen. check it out by visiting 6abc.com anytime anywhere. about 36 million americans have some degree of hearing loss and while it's spread across all age groups, the impact on quality of life for older adults can be huge. in this art of aging lisa thomas-laurey shows us treatment is better than ever. >> reporter: due often ask people to repeat themselves.
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do others consistently complain you have the tv up too loud, if you answer yes charges are you have significant hearing loss. a stint in the army and followed by a career in industrial careering have taken a hole on rich winterses' hearing. main line health said hearing problems can develop suddenly, but most of the time we barely notice them. >> there's mechanical changes to the nerve where the nerve hairs are physically damaged. >> reporter: if you suspect a problem with your hearing see a doctor first is to check for any physical causes and take a hearing test to measure the type and degree in the loss of hearing. listening needs assessment. >> each one of us has a different environment that listening needs assessment in
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combination with a hearing test form late a treatment plan. >> reporter: doctor madden said there's a revolution in hearing aids. today almost all hearing aids mimic many computers. >> we can add just the sound the nerve reduction features and comfort features right on the software. >> i hear more surrounding. >> reporter: some are able to link with smart phones and directing calls and highway navigation and music into the device. if you want like more tips on aging go to 6abc.com/art of aging. lisa thomas-laurey channel 6 "action news."
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show. it's happening in oaks from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. today anticipate tomorrow. if you need entertainment head to the shore to wildwood to see a bunch of people jumping in the frigid ocean as part of the annual polar bear plunge. the fund benefits the special olympics in new jersey. it starts at 1:00 p.m. hind the wildwood convention center. it's free to watch. since we're already down the shore head to the 28th annual salt water sportsmen national seminar serials. it's the longest running course on marine angling in the nation. it's happening owe linwood country club onshore road atlantic county. citizens bank and mayor nutter are hosting a day at the pearl theater from 13 to 21, the screen is at 1:00, 4 and 7:00 p.m.
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>> reporter: welcome back everyone 7:24 saturday morning the day planner looks bright and sunny. 20 degrees by 8:00. 24 by 10:00 a.m. lunchtime, 28. windchills stuck in the 20s throughout the day. and then the miserable weather pulls in the second half of the weekend. bright and sunny 34. periods of rain, some of it heavy at times especially across south jersey and delaware. 44 degrees, most of this in the form. rain. maybe ice pellets at the on set. milder next week, the cold air we started talking about this
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last weekend. the cold air will be bottled up across the northern plains and canada it will be sitting there all week. that will allow milder pacific air to race across the country. sunday monday, tuesday and wednesday will be in the low 40s and we won't have to deal with the harsh windchills. it's colder at the end of the week. >> the struggling flyers are in buffalo against the sabers. in college hoops villanova plays penn at the palestra, and the sixers had their biggest win of the season. ducis rogers has sports. >> reporter: good morning, the sixers are young and inexperienced and hungry. it can be fun to watch, it was last night against new orleans. early first quarter action, nerlens noel sixers lead 2-zip.
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brown's team up 3 at the break. back to nerlens noel. third quarter he scored 17 points and 11 rebounds and 5 shots. it's the sixers 4th victory in the past 7 games they lead 96-81. >> i think that will send a message to the league if you come to philadelphia you got to come full force we don't like that lightly because we're a team that's going to get up and down and run. >> reporter: eagles news, jeremy maclin andon dorenbos will be added to the pro bowl roster. lesean mccoy may have to restructure his deal. it's something he is open to do. >> i've been in pennsylvania my whole life. i don't think it's that big of a
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topic. coach knows how i feel about the team. we'll work something out. we'll wait and see. >> reporter: dom brown and ben revere will be back in a phillies uniform. revere finished 5 in the national league in batting. he will earn a little more than $4 million. brown will get $2.05. he took a step back last year, he batted 235. that's a look at sports this morning, i'm ducis rogers. you have yourself a terrific weekend! >> pro athletes past and present filled the complex in cherry hill to honor their own. the sports writers association award dinner honored two dozen athletes.
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among the awards, charlie manuel and the cheney dragons award. we have much more coming you on on saturday morning stay with us we'll we'll be right back. thanks for the ride around norfolk! and i just wanted to say geico is proud to have served the military for over 75 years! roger that. captain's waiting to give you a tour of the wisconsin now.
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facility opens in delaware making the first state the latest in the nation to allow pot for medical use. you're waking up cold we have frigid temperatures. chris sowers is outside in the cold. hi chris. >> reporter: i meant to make this brief. temperatures -- i want to make this brief. temperatures are dropped down into the teens. some of the outlying suburbs are colder than that. the 5 in the poconos. 14 in allentown, 14 in trenton. 16 in atlantic city and 15 in reading. there's not much of a breeze, but what we do have when you factor it in it feels like 6 in wilmington, 9 in dover, 9 in wildwood and 4 in atlantic city and ten in millville. satellite and radar there's really not too much going on across the mid atlantic this morning, we have a small area of high pressure racing across the mason dixon line. that will provide us with
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sunshine today believe me you'll need it. temperature-wise it will be a struggle. if year lucky we're up to 34 degrees later on. most of the time we'll be below freezing. mostly sunny and cold, that's the call from accuweather. 34 degrees is the forecasted high. winds are light out of the south, southeast 5 to 10. day planner looks like, we have sunshine and high, thin clouds, 10:00 a.m., 24 1:00 p.m., 31 and 4:00 p.m., 33 again anticipating a high of 34. overnights tonight we cloud up, rain moves in tomorrow, lots of it in parts of the area. there will be lots of ponding on roadways. there could minor flooding in parts of the area because the ground is frozen. when the rain comes down heavily it has nowhere to go, we'll talk about rainfall totals when i step back inside. >> a newborn was found on fire in the middle of a road and a woman hysteric nearby.
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it happened on pemberton burlington county. when officers arrived they doused flames, the newborn was burned over most of the its body it was flown to temple university hospital in critical condition. the woman was taken to deborah hospital in stable condition. police have not said finishes the baby's mother. officers are trying to piece together what happened. a woman was burned after an apartment building caught fire in philadelphia's rawnhurst section on loreto avenue after 5:00 a.m. when firefighters arrived flames were shooting from a second floor unit. it took 20 minutes to bring the fire under control. a woman in her 20 was rushed to hospital with burns in critical condition. newly released surveillance video shows the moments before and after the murder of a social worker tuesday morning. police say the gunman with a
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lotted outside kim jones home for an hour. he followed jones to the bus stop at 12th and jefferson where he shot her execution style. police say the killer calmly walked away and boarded the subway at broad and cecil b. moore. last night family and friends held a vigil for jones. her son pleated for witnesses to come forward. >> my mother was a great person and very selfless. she deserved better than this. >> there's a 20,000-dollar reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction. monday marks the one year anniversary of amber long. she was shot during a holdup in northern liberties. her killer is still on the loose. dann cuellar talked to long's mother. >> she was an old soul, a very, very wise person for her age. >> reporter: an arc -- an
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architect amber long studied architecture in italy. as a senior in high school, she wrote a touching letter to her mother. >> thanks for giving me life mom, that love will stay with me as long as i live. one day i'll have a child of my own and pass this love on. happy mother's day. >> reporter: this monday marks a year when stephanie and her daughter amber was walking along front street after a night on the town. that's when two bandits approached them snatched ambers purse and shot her. surveillance footage shows the men getting into a black chevy impala police determined it had new york tags. >> you had amber died in her mother's arms, yank -- i can't
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think of anything more sadder. >> reporter: meanwhile, her mother created a scholarship at philadelphia university and works with handbags for peace. >> i have done everything i can to keep her alive and keep her work alive. 37,000-dollar reward is on the table leading to arrest and conviction. homicide division of philadelphia police is waiting for your call. dann cuellar channel 6 "action news." >> 8 students at in a sham -- neshaminy high school in bucks county are accused of sending sexually explicit photos of other teams. bucks county juvenile division said what happened in in a neshaminy
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puts them under state law and consequences are serious. >> they can they range from anything you want get in juvenile hall from being taken outside the home. 200 protesters took to the streets in philadelphia to demonstrate against what they say is police brutality across the country country. they marched through parts of center city the demonstration end with a a die-in. a tulsa officer stopped while off duty to break up dispute between a man and woman. a man reached for a gun the officer pulled his own gun shooting the man numerous time. he died at the hospital. police say a teen in
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georgia was beat hen with an iron chair by his father. the child was allegedly shackledded to a metal bed for five months. his brother was forced to act as his jailer letting him out only for school. the alleged victim told a classmate police were contacted. the boy's mother said they were only doing what was done to her as a child. all six children living in the home are now in foster care. two drone incidents have spurred a call from federal aviation rules toy drones one of the hottest gift of this past christmas. senator charles schumer of new york said there were two incidents of drones flying near west chester airport. while bird strikes are more common, drones pose a danger because of the harder surface.
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supreme court will take up the same-sex marriage debate. justices will determine whether gay couples have the constitutional right to marry. in april the court will review appellate ruling that up held bands in kentucky michigan ohio and tennessee. a decision is expected by late june, gay marriages are legal in 36 states and the district of columbia. this story from you're a delaware newsroom, the first state's first million marijuana clinic will open today. cana care docs are opening near wilmington. they will see a cannabis consultant. >> we have a physician who is experienced in the law also -- laws governing marijuana in delaware and the patients themselves. >> patients 18 years or 0
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orderly can qualify for certain conditions cancer, hiv and alzheimers and more. it will open its doors in april. every apparent's -- every parent's night player getting the new baby to sleep. we have tips on help. and the snowy refrigerator, chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast "action news" continues in just a moment.
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check out this cool creation in michigan. tom created a refrigerator made of snow in his backyard. he sculpted it. and he used his water to turn it into ice. he got rackings and light bulb to complete. it took him 3 months to complete the job. >> does it save electricity. >> reporter: it's that cold out there, you stick the beer in the snow, you don't have to waste the energy with the fridge. >> i'm concerned about the racks, how clean they are. >> reporter: let's get you outside, we don't have any snow, but temperatures are feeling like january that's for sure,
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19 degrees in dewpoint, 3. winds out of the north/northeast at 14 miles per hour. that's bites you a little bit as you step outdoors, 19 in philadelphia. 14 in trenton. 14 in allentown. 5 for the poconos. 19 is the number for wilmington, millville and wildwood. dover, 20 degrees. temperatures are running anywhere from 10 to 20 degrees colder than yesterday at this time. it wasn't like yesterday was a picnic to gin with. it's he -- begin with, it's blustery and cold, you need to bundle up in layers. you go 150 miles to the north they are in the single digits, buffalo, 5 binghamton, 3. new york city 17. this won't affect us, if anything we'll warm up over the next 24 tore 48 hours. we'll like that, because temperatures have been blustery even cold over the last ten
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days. it's nice and quiet we'll keep it quite throughout the afternoon as high pressure takes control. and then we get into sunday, an area of low pressure develops off the coast of the carolinas. him that pulls north a warm front pulls north with it. by the time this moves into the delaware valley temperatures are in the 30s and 40s which means it's a rain event not snow. there could mixed precipitation at the onset. maybe you get half-hour of sleet before it changes over to rain. the icing will not be too big of a deal this time around. rain overspreads the area southwest to northeast. it will intensify quickly. you can see the yellows and oranges. that's heavy rain. it will be coming down in sheets. it will pull away around 3:00 p.m. the bulls eye is the i-95
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corridor we'll pick up an inch to an inch and a half of rain. an inch along the immediate coast. atlantic city wildwood sea isle to an inch, inch and a half. icing to start north and west of philadelphia. mainly it's a rain event. heavy at times. there could flooding in poor-drainage areas. the ground is frozen. we pick up an inch and inch and a half of rain. no coastal flooding is expected. winds should stay under 20 miles per hour it's not a big wind maker. 34 in philadelphia. wilmington 33. millville, 34. wildwood, 35. of the speaking of wildwood the polar bear plunge is in wildwood at the convention center at 1:00 p.m. ocean temperature 38 degrees, air temperature 32. him with the winds at 5 miles per hour will put air temperatures in the upper 20s
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that's a true polar plunge this year. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 34 today, 44 miserable for sunday, lots of rain, some of it heavy at times. monday windy 42. tuesday increasing clouds, quiet, 43. wednesday maybe a few rain snow showers, maybe snowflakes mixed in 40 degrees, thursday and friday 3637 lots of sunshine. i want my snow. >> if you can't beat em -- 'em join him. >> happy to have you. we have a preview of fyi philly. here's karen rogers and alicia vitarelli. >> reporter: we check out new ways to get your drink on. >> reporter: a local designer has come out with an accessories line. we tap the philadelphia
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>> in "healthcheck" this morning getting a newborn to sleep during the night is a challenge every new parent faces. pediatricians say it takes patience and persistence. make sure the baby is sleeping flat on its back, no blankets or pillows or bumpers in the crib. you want to teach them to fall asleep on their own. >> you want to put them in the crib awake if they learn to fall asleep on their initially they have a better chance of falling back to sleep during the night. >> also establish a bedtime routine early on. according to the american academy of pediatrics, babies don't have a regular sleep cycle until they are 6 months old.
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do you suffer separation anxiety when your phone is not nearby. researchers at the university of missouri found iphone users performed better on a series of puzzles when they had their phones with them. when separated from their iphones they experienced elevated heart rate and blood pressure and anxiety. ful. if you like to use twitter it could help your stress levels. those who tweet e-mails and pictures are 21% less stressed. more than 1800 adults reachers were looking to determine if social media increased stress levels but they were surprised torched the opposite is true. an nonprofit dedicated to helping disadvantaged man torched jobs is looking for help of its own. men's fit had an agreement with the city for office space but
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that's has changed after a move to a new buildings. >> reporter: if clothes make the man, rhonda is providing men's fit and more. >> i'm passionate about what i do. most observations focus on -- organizations folk concussion on women and children which is great, but what is missing are men. >> reporter: the west philadelphia native started men's fit find jobs by providing them free business atire and career development services. today she was on north broad street helping 20-year-old carl and other participants. the school partners with men's fit and offers high school dropouts a second chance. men's fit has become a label of love. she has been hauling around suits and ties because she lost her office space when rise
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recently moved to 990 spring garden men's fit thought it was coming along instead the group was left out in the cold. >> they are working through their process i assume, but we haven't heard anything. >> reporter: while she continues to search for another donated space, she said she'll keep working out of her car to suit up those men looking for a better future. >> you have to put your best foot forward. >> reporter: men's fit is hoping to hear from the city to soon. meantime the men she is help has been cut in half. kenneth moten channel 6 "action news." >> up next, chris sowers looks at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. we'll be right back.
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>> a minnesota couple tied the knot 20 years after first walking down the isle together. this is the picture of them 20 years ago, they were 3 years old when they walked down the isle as the ring barrier and flower girl. they were reunited in high school. the couple said their second time down was far more memorable than their first one. >> reporter: that's the true definition of meant to be. speaking of meant to be, all this cold air i guess is meant to be. sunny and cold today tomorrow is better, at least temperature-wise, 44. unfortunately we'll trade in the cold weather for the rain gear. periods of rain, heavy at times especially across south jersey and delaware. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, we can see
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anywhere from an inch to an inch and a half of rain. tomorrow it's miserable, today we'll see the sun. 42 degrees monday, 43 tuesday be and colder by week's end. 50/50. >> not too bad. it's 7:56 we're just a few minutes away to saying good morning to "good morning america." >> reporter: hello philadelphia, coming up on "g.m.a.," a worldwide warning authorities storming sleeper cells as the manhunt for terrorists sweep across europe all this as a threat of another attack has police on high alert. also this morning all alone and in a time crunch. an incredible record climb with dangerous conditions. why this man could only stand at the top for ten seconds. plus, we have new surveillance footage of the teenage couple from kentucky just 18 and 13 years old the pair going from state to state on a crime spree for two weeks now, where are
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they? is the chase coming to an end we have the video that might help police track them down. coming up on "g.m.a.," this saturday, we'll see you then. "action news" continues at 9:00. here's some of the stories we're working on for you a disturbing investigation overnight. a newborn baby found on fire in the middle of a south jersey rooted. i'll have the details at 9:00 a.m. detroit auto show is underway we'll take you to the motor city for what's popular this year. now for chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm eva pilgrim. we'll see you back here in 30 minutes.
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good morning, america. breaking overnight, tracking terrorists. police in britain on their highest alert ever for sleeper cells ready to strike. dozens of arrests in raids across europe, the world on edge. how do we prevent another attack? on the run. the young sweethearts tearing through the south on a brazen crime spree stealing trucks, cash and guns. the new video police are hoping will help track them down. fantastic feat. a climber braves extreme winter conditions all the way to the top of alaska's mt. mckinley. >> i was never sure i was going to make it. >> speaking to "gma" this morning about the amazing effort that will put him in the record book. and royal baby bump. kate middleton and her yummy
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